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1994-2000 : chargée de cours à la Faculté d'archéologie, Université Royale des Beaux-Arts, Phnom Penh.

2000-2004 : maître de conférences (assistant professor), Université de Californie à Berkeley, Department of South and Southeast Asia.

2005-2006 : lecturer, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds.

Parcours universitaire


Thèse soutenue : " Mémoires du Cambodge ", Centre de recherche en études féminines, Université de Paris VIII, 1999, 538p.

Mémoire de Maîtrise : " Le hau bralin : étude du rite et du texte ", Etudes indiennes, Université de Paris III, 1993, 139p.

Mémoire de DEA : " La Ville Assiégée : réflexions sur Site 2, ", Centre de recherche en études féminines, Université de Paris VIII, 1991.

Bachelor of Arts Thesis: " Capturing the Vietnam War: Meditations on Violence and Representation ", Department of History and Literature, Harvard University, 1988.


Publications


1991

1. CR de Chan Moly Sam, Khmer Court Dance: A Comprehensive Study of Movements, Gestures and Postures as Applied Techniques, in Seksa Khmer, n° 10-13, Cedoreck, Paris.

1993

2. "Oh Cambodia! Poems from the Border," in : New Literary History, University of Virginia, été : 519-544.

1994

3. Co-auteur de "La D.S. à Deux Voies. Quatre cours d’introduction à la lecture de la différence sexuelle", Etudes Féminines, Université de Paris VIII, 111 p.

1995

4. Co-éditeur et auteur d’Angkor. A Manual for the Past, Present and Future, APSARA/UNESCO, Phnom Penh, 260 p. (aussi édité en khmer et en français ; édition japonaise sous presse).

1996

5. "The Calling of the Souls: a study of the Hau Bralin", Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Working Paper no. 98, Monash University, Australie : 24.

1997

6. "Le Cambodge après Angkor ," in Helen Jessup et Thierry Zéphir, éds., Angkor et dix siècles d’art khmer, Réunion des musées nationaux, Paris, p. 22-32 (catalogue de l’exposition d’ art khmer tenue à Paris, Washington, Tokyo and Osaka; traduit en anglais pour le catalogue américain).

7. Co-auteur de "New Clues to Angkor’s Secrets," in : Angkor (Royal Air Cambodge Inflight Magazine), Phnom Penh, avril - juin : 34-37.

1998

8. Co-auteur de Help Save Cambodia’s Past! Help Save Cambodia’s Future! Preserve Angkorian Pottery and Kiln Sites, APSARA/UNESCO, Phnom Penh, (brochure de 20 p) (aussi édité en khmer et en japonais)

9. "The Ancestral Cult in Transition: Reflections on Spatial Organization of Cambodia’s early Theravada Complex," in : Marijke J. Klokke and Thomas de Brujin, éds., Southeast Asian Archaeology 1996. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Leiden, 2-6 September 1996, Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hull : 273-295.

1999

10. "Entrer dans sa chambre à elle: Le Gars de Marina Tsvetaieva," in : Nadia Setti, éd., Marina Tsvetaieva: Actes du colloque Marina Tsvetaieva au Collège International de Philosophie, Octobre 1992, Presses Universitaires de France (à paraître).

11. Co-auteur de Dance in Cambodia, Oxford University Press (Collection "Images of Asia"), Singapour, 87 p.


2000

12. "Between the Lines: Writing Histories of Middle Cambodia", in : Barbara Andaya, éd., Other Pasts: Women, Gender and History in Early Modern Southeast Asia, Center for Southeast Asian Studies,  University of Hawaii.

13. "Lost and Found: the stupa, the four-faced Buddha and the seat of royal power in Middle Cambodia", in : Wibke Lobo, éd., Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Berlin, 1998, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hull, 2000.


2001

14. "An Oblique View of the Bayon", in Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on the Preservation of Bayon, Siem Reap December 2000, UNESCO, Paris, 2001. (22 p.) (Also in cd form.)


2002

15. “Dancing on Death”, an introduction to the catalogue of Visions of the Future: an Exhibition of Contemporary Cambodian Art, Reyum Institute of Art and Culture, Phnom Penh,  2002.


2003

16. "The Myth of the Savior, or the Future of Cambodia's Past", paper given at the conference 'Cambodia : Myth and Memory' held at Monash University, Australia, December 1996, 17 p. [Publié sous le titre "The Future of Cambodia's Past : A Messianic Middle Cambodian Cult" in E. Guthrie and J. Marston ed., Cambodian Religion, University of Hawaï Press, 2003].

17. Preface to Vann Molyvann, Khmer Cities of the Modern Period, APSARA, Phnom Penh, 2003.

18. “Drawing Cambodia's Borders: Notes on modern Buddhist Temple Murals in Kampuchea Krom (Vietnam)”,  Udaya, 4, APSARA, Phnom Penh, 2003.

19. “Par-delà les frontières : histoires de Kampuchea Krom”, Bulletin de l’Association d’Amitié Franco-Vietnamienne, no. 46, September 2003.


2004

20. "’The Suffering of Kings’: Subsitutute Bodies, Healing and Justice in Cambodia", in E. Guthrie and J. Marston, eds, History, Buddhism and New Religious Movements in Cambodia, University of Hawaii Press, 2004 (Also to appear in Spanish with El Colegio de México.)

21. "The Future of Cambodia’s Past: A Messianic Middle-Cambodian Royal Cult", in E. Guthrie and J. Marston, eds, History, Buddhism and New Religious Movements in Cambodia, University of Hawaii Press, 2004 (Also to appear in Spanish with El Colegio de México.)

22. “Pilgrims to Angkor: A Buddhist ‘Cosmopolis’ in Southeast Asia?”, in Bektimirova Nadezhda & Dolnikova Valentina , eds., Indochina: Trends in Development, Moscow State University. Institute of Asian-African Studies. Moscow: Gumanitarii, 2004 (in English and Russian).

23. “Pilgrims to Angkor: A Buddhist ‘Cosmopolis’ in Southeast Asia?”, Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology, Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh, 2004, issue 3 : 88-119 (in English and Khmer).

24. CR de Sid Brown, The Journey of One Buddhist Nun, in the Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 2003. (4 pp.)


2005

25. “The Principle of Hospitality” translation of excerpt from J. Derrida “Le principe de l’hospitalité”, Parallax, vol. 11, issue 34, 2005 : 6-9.

26. Calling the Souls. A Khmer Ritual Text, Reyum, Phnom Penh, 2005.


2006

27. “D’une mémoire l’autre ”, Labyrinthe, 2006/1, special issue « Quatre chercheurs de l’étranger » : 11-26.

28. “Buddhism in Modern Cambodia: Rupture and Continuity”, in Buddhism in Contemporary Societies, edited by S. Berkwitz, ABC-CLIO, 2006 : 129-168.

29. CR de Helen Jessup, Art and Architecture of Cambodia, in Orientations, 2006.

30. “Terrible but Unfinished: Stories of History”,New Literary History - Volume 37, Number 1, Winter 2006 : 197-215. [autour de l’ouvrage d’Hélène Cixous, Histoire terrible mais inachevée de Norodom Sihanouk, roi du Cambodge.]

31. “Paul Mus vu de l’Ouest : à propos des cultes indiens et indigènes en Asie du Sud-est”, in C. Goscha, ed., L'espace d'un regard : Paul Mus et l'Asie (1902-1969), Indes Savantes, 2006. 
32. Introduction à l'ouvrage Looking at Angkor, (bi-lingual Khmer-English edition), Reyum Institute of Art and Culture, Phnom Penh, 2006. (Also published in French.)
 
33. “From the Linga to the Popil : an Art of Making Space, essay and object descriptions”, in Wibke Lobo, ed., Angkor - Cambodia’s Glory, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 2006. (In German)

 
2007

34. - CR de Ian Harris, Buddhism in Cambodia, in Buddhist Studies Review, 2007.

 
2008

35. – “Performative Realities: Nobody’s Possession”, in A. Hansen and J. Ledgerwood, eds.,  Songs on the Edge of the Forest: Narrative and Problems of Meaning in the Work of David Chandler, Cornell University Asian Studies Press, 2008.
 
36. “Angkor Revisited: the State of Statuary”, in J. Mrazek and M. Pitelka, What's the Use of Art: Asian Visual and Material Culture in Context, University of Hawaii Press, 2008.

37. “A Thousand Buddhas , essay and object descriptions”, in Texas Collects, Crow Museum of Asian Art, 2008.

 
2010

38.  Postface de  Cambodge : mémoire contemporaine, ed. by Soko Phay-Vakalis, Editions Sonleuk Thmey, Phnom Penh, 2010.
 
39. avec E. Prenowitz, “Cambodia’s Trials: Theatre, Justice and History Unfinished”, in M. Cohen and L. Noszlopy, eds., Contemporary Southeast Asian Performance: Transnational Perspectives, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.
 
40. “Sparrow”, in M. Segarra, ed., Hélène Cixous: Croire Rêver, Arts de pensée, Campagne Première, 2010.
 
 
2011

41. “In the Absence of the Buddha: “Aniconism” and the Contentions of Buddhist Art History”,in R. Brown and D. Hutton, eds., A Companion to Asian Art and Architecture, Blackwell, 2011.
 
42. “Théories post-cosmopolitiques: différence sexuelle, vernacularisation et la fabrique de l’Asie du sud-est”, in A. Berger and E. Varikas, eds., Genre et postcolonialismes: Dialogues transcontinentaux, Editions des archives contemporaines, 2011.
 
43. “Post-cosmopolitical Theories: Sexual Difference, Vernacularisation and Art After Angkor,’ Transeuropéennes, international journal of critical thought, 2011 (in English and French).
 
44.CR deSheldon Pollock, The Language of the Gods in the World of Men: Sanskrit, Culture and Power in Premodern India,  in Bryn Mawr Review of Comparative Literature, to appear 2011.

45. CR de Barbara Andaya, The Flaming Womb: Repositioning Women in early Modern Southeast Asia, in Southeast Asia Research, to appear 2011.

46. “Mnemotechnical Politics: Rithy Panh’s Cinematic Archive and the Return of Cambodia’s Past”, in N. Taylor and B. Ly, eds., Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art: A Critical Anthology, Cornell University Press, in press, to appear 2011.


2013

47. “ ‘Il n’y a pas de hors-texte’: à propos de Language of the Gods in the World of Men”Péninsule, no 65, 2012 (2) : 245-258.



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